Pest Management

Pest Control Services in Leeds, Manchester, Bradford

Thousands of pest control customers place their trust in Enserve Residential, making us one of the leaders in the industry across the Leeds, Bradford and Manchester areas. Properly identifying the pests that are invading your property is critical to developing the solution for getting rid of them.

We Can Eliminate:

  • Mice
  • Rats
  • Squirrels
  • Ants
  • Cockroaches
  • Wasps
  • Flies
  • Fleas & Biting Insects
  • Silverfish
  • Spiders
  • Bed Bugs
  • Beetles
  • Moths
  • Pigeons
  • Other Pest/Bird Species

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We take care of your pest problem so that you don’t have to worry.  In fact, we offer a wide range of pest control services in Leeds, Manchester and Bradford, designed to protect your home quickly, effectively and economically. We can carry out one-off job visits or regular inspections and the support of a complete 24 hour pest control call-out service.

We don’t just eliminate the problem – we focus on preventative steps to keep pests from coming back.  Common pest problems such as mice, rats, ants, cockroaches, wasps, fleas, silverfish and spiders are not pleasant to think about.  Yet, when left untreated, these pests can run around in more than just your head.

Properly identifying the pest(s) that are invading your business is critical to developing the control method for getting rid of them. To help you classify unwanted intruders, our team of entomologists has compiled an expansive database of insects and pests to provide you with information about pest characteristics, behaviors, habitats and tips for control ( refer to our Hints & Tips tab above ).

The methods we use to deal with pests depend on each individual situation. We offer advice on how best to avoid all types of pests ever becoming a problem. We will educate you on how to keep pests out and how best to store products.

Our pest control company uses non-chemical pest control methods ( Integrated Pest Management ) where these are feasible and advantageous. Correcting conditions that contribute to pest infestation is key to minimizing pesticides.